We have are already seen a huge anti-establishment in the primary season. There are reports some of the Republican Party’s best-known insiders are building an ambitious fundraising machine for the fall elections. In April, cashing a $1 million check from a Trevor Rees-Jones, president of Dallas-based Chief Oil and Gas. The new organization’s core group, American Crossroads, is looking to reach a goal of raising $52 million by November. American Crossroads a 527 organization is the brain child of Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie. Steven Law, a former U.S. Chamber of Commerce lawyer was named president of American Crossroads, said the group has about $30 million in pledges. The idea was because they watched Moveon.org, Democracy Alliance, and Democracy Corps, we so successful across the nation. There are few other 527 jumping under the umbrella including American Action Network, American Action Forum, and Republican State Leadership Committee. We first heard of the American Crossroads, spending $360,000 on TV ads in Nevada criticizing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who faces tea party-backed Republican Sharron Angle this fall. American Crossroads has their cross hairs on Democratic senators in Arkansas, Colorado and Washington State, and to help Republicans win open Senate seats in Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, New Hampshire, Ohio and Pennsylvania. American Crossroads will spend heavily on voter turnout efforts, an area where they feel Democrats and their labor union allies have excelled.
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